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following the financial services industry and dodd frank, i know it's your favorite bill, it's much loved across the land. >> certainly. >> paul: but most of these bills, most of the rules, i think, haven't been written. >> you think of the first obama term with its slow growth, and regulatory frenzy, a nightmare, but really, from that 2010 law, most of the burden on the economy hasn't happened yet. the law firm does a scoreboard and they say they're 398 rule makings, separate rule makings that were required by the law. >> these are relatively major. >> yeah, really, remaking the financial markets, only a third of them have been enacted, so, most of the big regulatory footprint is coming in the second obama term, even from the law that was passed. >> and give us an example or two? >> well, it runs the gamut from derivatives trading on wall street to bank regulation and consumer loans, it's all over the board and on top of that, you have what bankers called the basel standards so these are incredibly complicated rules, for the financial crisis now coming back more complicated. so it's opti
the conservative argument. there's only one partisan host been prime-time. sean hannity. of course, he cites a bill ready. he is middle-of-the-road and he loves the obama's. and ted koppel said he is not opinionated? >> yes. rupiah's the best journalists in america. [laughter] he bush agree with me on all of that. [laughter] so then it runs and they have a horrible clip at romney screaming fed koppel says that he is not partisan enough. no. fable ticket clip of you to say yes then say are you a child molester? [laughter] that is why i knew he footage mind in the debates the issue brewery's see but best of all they will not show you that. baby because they are scumbag board to repeat. but people see balmy on their own. but my friends would call made during the uprising very. >> i say he has been. you are not watching. sorry. i rambled. [laughter] >> figure for the great work that you do to educate america. my wishes every liberal is required to hear you and i don't know how to do that. >> we are often the only conservative college -- voice your kid will hear in four years. syracuse i have dinner wit
's not ideal. obama has the upper hand. i don't think he has to do that. when you have bill crystal and chambliss and incoming republicans not signing the tax pledge and saying this doesn't have to be orthodoxy. i agree with bill, i'm sorry, that why -- if you're willing to raise revenues, go back to the clinton race. it's silly. there's more pressure on them and there's no reason for obama to give in. >> it's a fundamental difference about where revenues come from. you know, what republicans i hope will stand firm on is the truth that revenues come from increased economic growth. we need pro growth economic positively to create jobs and generate revenues. the notion we'll go back to the clinton rates and it will be okay, we have other rates that have gone up which means the clinton rates are no longer the clinton rates. so we need to make clear this is not about are you going to raise these rates or those rates, it's about are we going to get spending under control? is the president going to stop spending other people's money, deal with debt and entitlements and get economic growth
to say, we do not want to do this. this is not my choice. >> maybe obama ought to make bill clinton is fiscal cliff envoy? >> i thought he did? >> this is important. to bridge that experience. first of all, veterans in leadership. secondly, i want to go back to that thought. we have to be more outwardly focused. we have given up engaging in africa and around the globe. with all the income growth out there, having those ties helps us in defense issues and other things. we are not doing that now. >> one of the easiest places to get republican support for a new agenda, so maybe it, we get it right, but -- what would a new american renewal agenda be comprised of? >> let's negotiate a trade agreement. president obama is the first president to not negotiate one. >> south korea. >> they were negotiated in the previous administration. we have an opportunity right now in europe and asia to knock down barriers, tariff and non- tariff barriers and you would get overwhelming support for that. it would have been tougher in the first term. this is a time to move on from that. the only point i wou
. he needs mobilizing pressure from the outside in. president obama has the base. it's still mobilized and there's got to be a way-- maybe he should take a train trip around the country. get the immigration bill signed because people proper you from the outside in. >> schieffer: evan, what came back to me as i was reading your book is that, that eyes hour i that eyesen hour in his own way was a very good politician, and i don't think he's gotten credit for that. earlier this year, i moderated a seminar on l.b.j., and i asked evan duggan, one of lyndon johnson's young aides at the time, i asked him, "who did l.b.j. admire as a politician? is it and he surprised by everyone saying he thought the best politician he ever knew was dwight eisenhower. not just because of what he was able to do to get people together as supreme allied commander, but he said something and i saw it time and again in your book. he said eisenhower had a way of getting his way without you knowing that's what he wanted you to do. >> well, he'll had a great kind of confidence, the confidence to be humble. he was-- ik
and spending cuts. >> after meeting with president obama after the holiday. >> let me welcome the congressional leadership. they expressed optimism about reaching a deal to avoid a 500 and dollars in tax increases and spending cuts. 500 bill in dollars for tax increases. >> we have a very productive meeting. >> the cornerstone of being able to work something out. >> staffers have been working behind the scenes to find common ground and how to begin more tax revenue and reduced spending on programs like medicare. it is not yet clear one of lawmakers will meet next. even if progress is made this week a final deal could still be make well. >> we rarely see the hill and the white house making decisions, early. they tend to do better when they have a deadline. so, i think that i would be pleasantly surprised if a deal emerged earlier. but, we will see. >> unless compromised is reached, steep tax hikes could be seen. >> this small earthquakes >> the u.s. t s a said the magnitude 3.5 tremor hit at about 7:45 near soledad.. 60 mi. southeast. no reports of damages. >> the day after thanksgiving >> they
could be for higher gas, steeper heating bills and rising food cost because of regulations from the obama regulations. we've invited the executive vice president of the consumer energy alliance to explain what it could mean to your wallet. >> thank you for having me. >> everybody feels pain at the pump when they have to stop. it's a daily part of life. the reality of what you're paying for gas but you're saying regulations could make it more expensive. >> the biggest thing we've seen from the environmental community is they have an agenda, a four point agenda, to get off oil, off of coal, regulate natural gas and not allow drilling on federal land for natural gas or oil. the obama administration has been willing to work with environmentalists on all these fronts. you can look at the myriad of regulations over the last several years, even in accelerated places since the election and announcements of rules, every one of those regulations is another tool in the tool kit that gates you back to one of these four points. >> the president said under his administration, things have gott
. >>> some ignorant teenagers wrote horrible things about president obama on twitter, messages that were exposed by the website jezebel. but did they go too far in trying to get these students punished. >>> plus bill o'reilly called him one of the biggest race baiters in the media. kuhnen very sags with eric degreens. i'm howard kurtz and this is "reliable sources."gans. i'm howard kurtz and this is "reliable sources." >>> the president of the united states and. automatically takes effect in just of o every a month if they can't face an agreement. the health of the american economy and maybe if it goes down to the wire the fiscal cliff story will receive 1/10 theed my ya attention as the scandalous saga of dave and paula and john and jill. joining us now here the washington is jane hall. bob cusack, managing editor of the capital nooup the hill. and amy argetsinger. why has it become synonymous with bore dom? >> well, there's no sex with it. that's the bottom line. this story is wild. the petraeus story has gone in a lot of different directions. first he resigns. then we find out why. th
were not getting along. >> ian worked for don rumsfeld, mark worked for bill clinton and is now an ambassador in sweden for barack obama. and they get into a fight. >> yeah. >> over thanksgiving dinner over the iraq war. it started in the dining room. >> it was heated. >> and ended up in the front lawn. >> it was very heated. >> look, there is none of that. >> and you've got pete townsend over there. are you a really good guitar player? >> you know, some people will say that i'm the greatest guitar player that has ever lived. no, i'm not actually a good guitar player. but i play guitar, piano. i do a little bit of everything. >> and you write songs? >> i've been writing songs since i was 13. i love music, writing songs, recording them. that's what i did grow up in high school when other people were at the beach, i was a dork working the wires and recording songs. i was locked in my room recording but it's what i loved, what i always loved. so when pete townsend comes on the show, that excites me a lot more than being around presidents and prime ministers. >> "argo," i love the m
massive spending on highways with general tax revenues. i mean, president obama's the most urban president we've had since ted key roosevelt in many -- teddy roosevelt in many ways. the latest highway bill, we had a mass infusion of general revenues instead of gas taxes to pay for drivers. i have no idea why we are bribing people to drive long distances. i believe that people should be free to drive if they pay for the social costs of their actions. but we shouldn't be bribing them to do this. we shouldn't be engaging in social engineering that uses federal tax policy to massively subsidize people to move out of urban apartments to buy someone urban homes which leverages them to the hilt which also bribes them to build larger homes. i'm a homeowner myself, but i think having the current home mortgage interest deduction and the other things like fannie and freddie that subsidize that is crazy. we should slowly ratchet back that by $100,000 a year, and most of all, we should have even more commitment to urban schools. i would like a world in which the feds have less engagement in cities over
employees, not 70% of the intelligence being run before obama was even a president, 70% was run by privatized -- privatization. host: we will leave it there and go to a tweet. bill shared his comments by writing @cspanwj in his tweet. here are some facebook comments coming in. our next caller is karen from newport news, virginia at the republican line. caller: good morning to you. the state's need to have an opinion because they are going to cripple in the areas that depend heavily on the government. those people a denture those areas that are populated generate a lot of money. they're not just going to cripple the military or the government. they're going to cripple the people working around the revenue depending on the income they bring in. states have to have a here. say -- a here say. host: a could be affected because of the defense spending and employs that live a center of the virginia area. does this affect you personally? caller: it affects everybody personally. they need to get educated on how much income when navy ship actually brings into a community. just one chip. h
. they say it is a bill to a stepping stone of immigration reform. opponents say the increase for visas for technology student would be upset by eliminating other visa programs. >> it is expected to top the agenda when president obama welcomes mexico's president-elect to the white house this week. he will return to mexico's institutional revolutionary power to party after 12 years when he takes office december 1st. he pushed more nor economic reforms and including overhauls of energy and tax laws. >>> supreme court could decide whether to take up the issue of gay marriage this week. the court is set to hold a closed door conference on friday where they can decide whether they will hear any of five challenges to the defense of marriage act or the prop 8 case. the odds are good they will accept one of those cases and the prop 8 case. california's prop eightle limited that to a marriage of man a a woman. >>> they can help you buy a powerball ticket. no one matched all sucks numbers and now it will jump to 325 million to an estimated $45 million for the next drawing slated for wednesday. it
for it with relatively minor cost savings and a little bit of extra taxation, and on balance, the health reform bill is actually going to reduce the budget deficit, not increase it. and it's not going to lead to huge burs on the public. that's going to be very much at stake. if obama is re-elected and this thing survives and america finally joins the community of civilized nation that provides some sort of health insurance to all their citizens, and if he loses, then it gets killed. >> commenting on things with which we're out of tune with the rest of the advanced industrial countries sarkozy, came to columbia and gave a talk, and at the time that the healthcare bill was under discussion, and one of the students asked him to comment. he said i don't want to met until your -- meddle in your affairs, but -- and then he says, i don't understand it in france we take it as a basic right, a human right, that you should have access to health care. no matter what your income level is. so, for us, we just don't -- this is the question of the right and the left. this is basic human rights. and he just couldn'
washington and wall street. they have run up these bills. we have not. host: did you sign the petition? caller: i did not. do i want to ask obama, daddy, can meet secede? guest: i think that is what we are seeing. the secession movement is not a secession movement as pushing washington about. that can be done in the ballot box. a lot of people are dissatisfied. try again. host: ken calling from florida. he signed the petition. caller: i believe in secession. i think the best thing you could do is repeal the 17th amendment and give the rights back to the states, where it belongs. host: can you turn down your television? do you honestly believe that florida will one day secede from the union? caller: i tell you, i am originally from new york. in 2008 i witnessed the acorn people go around the cemetery and take names off tombstones. we have pictures of them getting in and out of their car. then i understand they did not go away, they came back and they started airing of voter machines. taken to the ballot box, that is a great in theory but to was to believe the ballot box after this last
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